Wild Honey (Scotts Square)

It is the first time I stepped into Scotts Square. I can't even remember how this place looks like previously. The whole scene has changed tremendously. Excited about my brunch at Wild Honey! Heard so much about it from my friends! Finally it is my turn to try their brunch! It was a 5 girls brunch gathering.

Kith Cafe (Sentosa Cove) [PERMANENTLY CLOSED]

Sentosa Cove has always been my favourite hangout as it is quiet with a nice relaxing ambience. Yachts are sitting quietly swaying to the rhythm of the seas. Although it is a bit of a walk down to the kith cafe from the carpark, the view is relaxing and it just help to release the tension away from the usual busy mornings.

Flock Cafe

Morning has broken, Mr Coffee has spoken greets us while we enter the small cozy cafe. We had a hard time finding the place. Luckily we manage to get a seat when we reached. The people behind us were not too lucky. We went to the cashier counter but we could not locate the restaurant menu. The menu were placed in front of the cashier but it was hidden from view by the queue of customers. I think they should put the menu up on the wall. It will makes it so much easier for customers to order their food and drinks.

Big MaMa

Former tutor and caretaker sets up her own Korean eatery after cooking for Korean students in Singapore for years. Their authentic Korean dishes are inspired by her mum's recipes. However, the dishes have been tuned to suit local tastebuds...

Alfresco Gustro

Al Fresco Gusto is an Italian restaurant in an al fresco setting. There is also a small air-conditioned area. The food is quite decent but the service was horrible...

Kilo at Pact

Kilo is a restaurant and bar with a Japanese-Vietnamese inspired menu. Its concrete interiors is also a clothing and lifestyle store. It offers a different dining experience. However, I would worry that the clothes will not be affected by the aroma coming from the kitchen. It is also situated at a corner of Orchard Central...

Yomenya Goemon (Marina Bay Link Mall)

Rating: 3 out of 5 Yomenya Goemon has started its first outlet since 1976 in Japan. They have reinvented the way to eat spaghetti by slurping spaghetti with chop sticks. Yomenya Goemon has entered the shores of Singapore. It is hidden right at a corner of Marina Bay Link Mall with a escalator right in front. I bet many of us have passed by it without noticing.
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